french Walther maunuhrin p1

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french Walther maunuhrin p1

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Serial # 220xxx. No import mark. Probably 1962/1963 per serial number. Because of a scratch that made it look like a p"4" a guy bought it and returned it. I took a flyer on it. It has the starburst Berlin police mark on the trigger guard. Manurhin and Made in France on the slide. Crossed cannons and a French proof mark (I think) on the other side. Bore looked unfired.
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Very cool I think. Price was $399 + tax. Fair price?
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Marked magazine(s)? IMO, a refreshingly fair price. Nice rescue.

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unmarked mag. I'll probably get one for it and a holster. I've seen prices all over the map, but those seem to come with a box, holster, and mags.
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I just picked up a ‘61 Bundeswehr with proper holster and two marked mags for $400. But that was a local C&R pick-up, and these are not nearly as rare as a polizei Manurhin. I’m jealous.

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